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    • Part Number: AP4135008
    • MFG Part Number: D7824706Q
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Adjustment of cubes using white screw...I have it way out of adjustment. Looking at the front what reference can I use and which direction does what to the size of the cubes??? How does it change the cube size...by letting more water in or delay time after the thermostat senses it is time to evacuate the cubes by putting the heater on??? Thank you very much

Mathew for Model Number ars366zbc

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The ice maker module motor is working observed the wheel and the ejector arm rotate, you can hear the water fill valve actuate and visibly see the water in the poly flow tube move into the freezer but no water in the ice tray. Removed the ice maker and checked the fill cup no blockage. Had replaced the fill valve 2 weeks ago and it worked until the other day any suggestions. Thanks

Barefoot for Model Number mzd2766geb

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Ice Maker Mechanism Getting Stuck. For many years we have had a problem with our icemaker getting "stuck" and not proceeding with ejecting the cubes. I am alerted to the situation by slightly more intense clicking sounds from the icemaker than the "usual" presumably normals clicks during the cycle. The (temporary) "fix" for the situation is to open the freezer door and grab the part of the ejector mechanism with the the finger-like projections that sweep the cubes out of the tray and shift it a couple mm along the axis of the rod it rotates on to break free what appears to be a little frozen water that had bound/frozen the sweeper fingers to the rod and stopping the operating mechanism in its tracks. Then everything is fine, usually for the next day or so (at least 4 to 5 ice cube making cycles), at which point it happens again. If I don't go through this routine, the machine will NEVER produce any ice cubes. The ejected cubes are of normal size and not stuck together. On inspection, there is no visible ice on the sweeper arm or rod. There has not been any overflowing of water in the tray and no visible splashing of water from the filler tube onto the sweeper mechanism (although that is what I suspect may be happening). The refrigerator is appropriately tilted back for door closure (placing a level on the top of the refrigerator box shows the back is 1/2 inch below the front). Have you run into this situation before? Ultimately, what is the solution that will work? Is there a simple solution such as using a dab of silicone caulk or a piece of plastic to shield the end of the rod near the filling tube OR will I have to get a new replacement icemaker, recognizing that may possibly not solve problem of the water presumably getting to the sweeper/rod junction and then freezing the two together and then straining the operating mechanism again, requiring my never ending manual assist? (At least that is a lot easier than filling ice cube trays at the sink!) Thank you

Chuck for Model Number msd2651heb

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My icemaker is evidently leaking into the ice bucket as we are getting large amounts of frozen ice in the ice bucket. Do I need to replace icemaker or valve? I submitted this question earlier but forgot my email address. Thanks

Scott G. for Model Number LSD2615HEB

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For the icemaker assembly (Whirlpool AP4135008), is it possible to just order the metal ice cube tray, part #17 in the diagram? Or do I have to order the entire assembly?

Matt for Model Number Maytag RSW24

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Hello, I just got an ice-maker kit with the water valve and hoses. I connected everything as per instructions and when I went to test the unit by moving the arm down to fill the water, there was no action from the valve. I took everything out of the refrigerator and hooked it up outside in a makeshift circuit with direct 120v power and the valve is activated by the control arm moving up and down. I measured the voltage at the valve connector and it reads 14v regardless of the switch position on the ice-maker unit. My question would be what would be the problem here? Thanks

Kaashif V. for Model Number kaashifv@gmail.com

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Hello, I have this model ice maker in my Maytag refrigerator. It recently stated to make noise when going through it's cycles but still was working. Then one night the water valve must have stayed open and I had a flood coming from the ice maker. I had to turn the water off at it's source. I suspect that the maker itself got stuck supplying voltage to the water valve constantly. I think I need a new ice maker itself but also want to be sure that the water valve is ok. What can I do to test the water valve itself? I hesitate to turn back on the water though.

Rob for Model Number MSD2456GE

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Test No. 1: Make sure the freezer is between 0° and 5°. Result: MY freezer temperature is correct. Test No. 2: You need to check and see if there is power going to the water valve when the icemaker cycles. Q1: I am ready to do the multi-meter test. How can I tell when the icemaker is cycling? Q2. Is the power AC or DC? How many volts? If so, replace the water valve on the unit. If not, or the icemaker does not cycle, you will need to replace the icemaker on the unit. Test No. 3: Also, check and make sure the fill tube on the unit is not frozen and clogged. If so, replace the water valve and thaw out the fill tube. Result: I checked the fill tube. It is ok.

Jane for Model Number Jenn air jcd2389 dt

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My icemaker worked fine for a number of years, but lately it has been problamatic. It works well most of the time then it stops. I remove it, take out the frozen cubes, remount it and it starts working again. This last for awhile, time varies, then it stops again. Would this be the thermostat or the maker itself? Also, what is the time span between when the tray fills with water and ice cubes form and are dispensed? Thanks

Paul for Model Number MZD2665HEB

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How can I check if it is the Icemaker or the Water Valve. The cool water is OK. It does not make Ice.

Alfons for Model Number JCD229DHES

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